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Trichloroacetic acid chemexfoliation (chemical peel) for extensive premalignant actinic damage of the face and scalp.

Trichloroacetic acid chemexfoliation is an effective, versatile, and safe therapeutic option for patients with extensive actinic keratoses of the face and scalp. With an experienced and skilled operator, the associated complications are rare and tend to be mild. Cosmetically, the patient not only benefits from removal of the erythematous, scaly actinic keratoses but also obtains cosmetically pleasing rejuvenation of facial skin and diminution of fine facial wrinkles. Two representative cases are presented. In comparison with other available treatment modalities, trichloroacetic acid chemexfoliation involves a shorter treatment period and wound healing time and is not dependent on patient compliance.[1]


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